Eurowings will launch three services to the US from Cologne next year.
The Lufthansa Group subsidiary, formerly Germanwings, will operate A330-200 flights to Boston, Las Vegas and Miami in summer 2016.
Lufthansa will place its LH code on all three routes, reports airlineroute.net.
From May 1, the airline will fly three-times weekly to Miami, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Outbound service EW182/LH5402 will depart Cologne at 1140 and arrive in Miami at 1610. Return leg EW183/LH5403 will leave Miami at 1755 and land in Cologne at 0915 the next day.
From May 4, Eurowings will commence a three-times weekly service to Boston, operating on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Outbound service EW186/LH5404 will depart Cologne at 1340 and arrive in Boston at 1545. Return leg EW187/LH5405 will leave Boston at 1730 and land in Cologne at 0655 the next day.
Also from May 4, the carrier will fly twice-weekly to Las Vegas, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Outbound service EW174/LH5332 will depart Cologne at 1115 and arrive in Las Vegas at 1400. Return leg EW175/LH5333 will leave Las Vegas at 1545 and land in Cologne at 1130 the next day.
Last month, Eurowings announced it will launch a service to Tehran on May 6 (see news, October 30).